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Sales open for MSC Grandiosa’s maiden voyage Today's News

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MSC Cruises has announced that sales for MSC Grandiosa’s maiden voyage, departing on November 10, 2019, from Hamburg (Germany) to the Mediterranean are now open exclusively for MSC Voyagers Club members.

Members will have exclusive access to bookings for a two-week period until October 21. Sales for MSC Grandiosa’s inaugural season in the Western Mediterranean are already open with sailings from Genoa commencing on November 23, 2019. The seven-night itineraries call at six destinations: Genoa, Civitavecchia, Palermo, Valletta, Barcelona and Marseille.

Guests can choose from a 10- or 13-night sailing, embarking in Hamburg and disembarking in Genoa or Marseille. MSC Grandiosa will also call at Southampton, Lisbon, and Barcelona. An overnight in each port allows guests to explore the destinations and will also allow MSC Cruises to invite local travel agents and other partners on board to explore the new ship.

On-board entertainment includes two new shows from Cirque du Soleil at Sea, a Broadway-style theatre, a casino, a sportplex, full-size bowling alley, a Sports Bar, F1 simulator and a virtual games arcade.

Other highlights include the MSC Yacht Club, with features such as the Top Sail lounge, a pool deck, private restaurant and 24-hour butler service.

There are 12 different dining venues, ranging from speciality restaurants to a buffet.

New family activities and entertainment offerings include the DOREMI lab and the DOREMI studio lounge, which allows children to have fun through music.

A Balinese spa offers a choice of health and beauty treatments. The MSC Aurea spa is equipped with massage and treatment suites, hair and beauty salons and a thermal area.

MSC Grandiosa will also feature the Zoe – a cruise digital assistant available in seven languages, designed to let guests find out information in the comfort of the cabin.

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